Autumn term complete!
It has been a very busy first term in Year One!
In our Maths lessons this year, we have been completing addition and subtraction sums. We have also been using number bonds to 10 to help us problem solve and find answers.
We had a special visitor...A tiger came to tea!
While we were busy in assembly, a tiger came into our classroom and left us a tea party! We found this very exciting and enjoyed writing about it in our English lessons. We hope the tiger comes back to see us!
In our History lessons we have been learning all about The Gunpowder Plot. Together, we created and performed an information filled assembly for the whole school and our families.
KS1 performed an excellent Christmas Performance this year - ‘Tinsel and Tea-Towels’. Children, staff and parents were so proud of the performers, it certainly was a show to remember! Well done!
In English we have read the story of ‘Peace at Last’. We used the information on the front and the back of the book to discuss what the story might be about:
"It might be about a brother and sister bear"
"I think they are trying to get to sleep but something is keeping them awake."
We then read the story, creating our own sound effects for the noisy parts! Next, we worked in groups to sequence the story using pictures. We then worked in groups of three the act the story out before performing our stories to each other. Finally, we wrote about the story, using neat handwriting and the three sentence rules.
Welcome to Year 1!
Our first few weeks in Year 1 have been fantastic!
Together, we wrote our own recipe for a great year in Year 1. First, we found out what the word ‘recipe’ means and we baked our own yummy fairy cakes. Then we decided what important ‘ingredients’ we would need in order to have a great year together.
We have loved exploring our new classroom, the children feel very grown up sitting at tables and writing in exercise books! We have been using the maths equipment to; explore numbers to 100, count forwards and backwards, count in 2s and 10s and number bonds to 10 and 20.